Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VIII, No. 11 ( Jun. 22, 1938)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 82
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS. 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
ASIATIC LABOUR FOR PACIFIC TERRITORIES 5 , 6
SCHOOL PUPILS OF OVER 30 YEARS Awkward Situation In Samoa 6
COPRA Market Overshadowed By Politics 7
EFFECT OF OIL SEARCH IN PAPUA 7
FIJI'S GOVERNOR Unexpected Transfer to Jamaica 7
SAMOAN MAU AND BANANAS Industry May Be Wrecked 7
New Goldfields in New Guinea Report of Sepik Discovery 7
MISSION AEROPLANE 7
FIJI'S TRADE Good Start for 1938 8
N.Z. Trade Diverted to Australia 8
PACIFIC TRAVELLERS 8
DEATH OF SIR GEORGE RICHARDSON 8
NEW CO. FOR DUTCH NEW GUINEA Plans For Far-Reaching Development 8
Advertising 8
Capital Site for New Guinea Choice Believed To Be Between Two Plateaus On Mainland 9
DEATH OF JACK HIDES 9
SIR HENRY MARKS DEAD 9
SAMOA'S "NEW MAU" 9
PACIFIC ISLANDS CLUB 9
MATSON LINE AND AUCKLAND 9
Record Bulolo Production 9
NEW BOOKS Angus & Robertson's List 10
M.P. WANTED Suggestion From New Guinea 10
ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 10
Will Somebody Please Explain? 11
RETIREMENT OF DR. W. M. STRONG Man Who Inaugurated Medical Training For Papuans 11
AUSTRALIAN MINISTERS QUICK TRIP TO N. GUINEA 11
NEW GOVERNOR OF AMERICAN SAMOA 11
HUGHES SPEAKS! "All Hell Is Not Going To Take Our Mandate Away" is "Misinterpretation" 12
Advertising 12
TROPICLITIES 13
SAVING RAROTONGAN BABIES 13
M.V. "BULOLO" IS LAUNCHED 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14
Triple Murder at Port Moresby Gaol 15
DEATHS OF LONELY MEN IN TAHITI 15
USEFUL MEDICAL BOOK 15
COCOA PLANTERS ARE BITTER Plight Ignored By N.Z. 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
CENTRAL ISLANDS’ FUTURE Britain and U.S.A. Have "Share Control" Plan 16 , 17
Advertising 16
ADMINISTRATION AND DEFENCE Interesting Conference In Suva 17
NAURU TROUBLE Reports of Disagreement 17
Advertising 17
"MY TAHITI" Book By Robert Dean Frisbie 18
SIR ALBERT ELLIS Knighthood for Well-known Pacific Islander 18
Advertising 18
CENTRAL PACIFIC TOUR 19
NEW GUINEA MINERS FORM ASSOCIATION 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
MEDICAL WORK OF MISSIONARIES Little Official Help in New Hebrides 20 , 21
SEARCH FOR OIL IN CENTRAL PAPUA 21
PITCAIRN ISLAND Death of Fletcher Christion's Great Grandson 21
Advertising 21 , 22
GERMAN CONSUL-GENERAL IN PAPUA 23
WANDERING YACHTSMEN 23
Advertising 23 , 24
FRIENDLY RELATIONS British and Americans On Canton Is. 25
CABLE FOR TRANSPORT OVER MOUNTAINS Plan To Connect Wau With N.G. Coast 25
PLEA FOR MOTOR ROAD 25
FIRE ON FIJI COPRA PLANTATION 25
Advertising 25
REORGANISATION COSTS FIJI GOVERNMENT £30,000 26
RADIOPHONES FOR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS 26
Advertising 26
FIRST AIRMAIL TO NEW GUINEA An Unostentatious Beginning 26
“CHRIS-CRAFTS” FOR ISLANDS USE 26
“BOUNTY DESCENDANTS TALK OF MUTINY” 27
HOW RADIO BROKE PITCAIRN'S ISOLATION 27
Advertising 27
COLONY FOR TIRED PEOPLE Advance Party To Go To Marquesas 28
ISLAND PRINTER'S DEATH 28
Advertising 28
HUGE FLYING-BOAT Archbold Expedition to Dutch New Guinea 28
FIJI'S HIGHWAY COMPLETED New Road Around Viti Levu Provides Fascinating 2-Days' Drive For Tourists 29
Advertising 29
AUSTRALIAN WARSHIPS TO VISIT ISLANDS PORTS 30
Advertising 30
MARRIED TWICE IN SAME DAY Anglo-french Wedding In New Hebrides 30
Advertising 31
POISON FISH OF TUAMOTUS Deadly To-day—And Good Food To-morrow 32
Advertising 32
NOTES MADE IN WAU 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
NEW PRODUCTS FROM TARO Industry Established in Hawaii 34
TO REVIVE THE COOK IS. ORANGE INDUSTRY 35
LOSS OF NATIVE LORE Why Blame The Missionaries? 35 , 36
Advertising 35 , 36
TRAGEDY OF ATIMAONO Story of the Rise and Fall of a Tahitian Cotton Enterprise 36 , 37 , 38
Advertising 37 , 38
ADDENDA BY W. W. BOLTON 38 , 39 , 40
Advertising 38 , 39 , 40
Port Charges "Too High" For Japanese Ships 40
MANAM IS. Volcano Shows Renewed Activity 41 , 42
Advertising 41 , 42
NEW CALEDONIA IS BUSY Demand for Chrome and Nickel 42
"TIARF TAPORO " MAY FLY THE TRICOLOUR 42
HIGHEST JOBS FOR TRAINED MEN British Colonial Service System 43
A Canoe Race in Papua 43
Advertising 43
BEAUTIFYING WAU 44
Advertising 44
THE NOTORIOUS ARIOI History of a Strange Tahiti Organisation 44 , 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
VON LUCKNER IN FIJI A Famous Incident of 1917 46 , 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
A MYSTERY OF THE TUAMOTUS Whence Came the Wooden Cross on Anaa? 48 , 49
Grapefruit From Samoa 49
FAREWELL EVENING TO COOK ISLANDS CHIEFTAIN 49
Advertising 49
ISLANDS MISSIONARIES FOR MADRAS CONFERENCE 50
CLIPPERTON Desolate Island Has Strategic Value 50
Advertising 50
ANZAC DAY IN COOK ISLANDS 51
NATIVE LABOUR AND NATIVE RIGHTS Difficulties of Holding the Balance In Papua 51
TUNG OIL CULTURE 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
SOLOMON ISLANDS COUNCIL Wide Range of Subjects 52 , 53
Advertising 53
QUAIL FOR TONGA 54
Advertising 54
BURNS, PHILP & CO. Review of Year's Operations 54
Advertising 55
OPIUM SMUGGLING Big Haul From French Boat In Suva 56
Advertising 56
Centre of Oil-Search Activities Daru, in Western Papua, Assumes New Importance 56
37 JAPANESE PEARLERS DROWNED 56
A NEW INDUSTRY AT WAU, NEW GUINEA 57
OXFORD MOVEMENT IN EASTERN PAPUA 57
Advertising 57 , 58
Pineapple Production In Fiji 59
SOUTH AFRICAN YACHT AT RAROTONGA 59
COWARD COMEDY STAGED AT WAU 59
SCIENTIST GOING TO ROTUMA 59
COCOA CULTURE NEAR LAE, NEW GUINEA Old Markham Road In Use 59
£5,000 FRUIT PAYOUT 59
Advertising 59
Checking the Wild Dog Menace in Viti Levu 60
Advertising 60
PROFIT HIGHER Morris, Hedstrom, Ltd. 60
NEED A NEW LAWN MOWER? 60
CENTRAL PACIFIC FRUIT "Control" By N.Z. Government Leads to Chaos in Banana Trade 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
20 Per Cent, of C.l. Oranges Unfit 62
TAZIA Mohommedon Ceremonies In Ba, Fiji 62 , 63
Aviation and Radio In Exploring News of Central New Guinea Patrol 63 , 64
Advertising 63 , 64
ARE NATIVES BEING OVER-EDUCATED? Reply to Dr. Hennessy 64 , 65
ECONOMIC TROUBLES IN TONGA 65
JAPANESE FIRM MAY EXTEND TO PAPUA 65
Advertising 65 , 66
THE PHILIPPINES 66
PATTERN SERVICE 66
Advertising 66
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
LAND TITLES! What Happens To An Unwary Buyer In Tahiti 68
PACIFIC MINING REPORTS From Fiji. 69 , 70
Advertising 69 , 70
From New Guinea ENTERPRISE OF N.G. GOLD AND PETROLEUM 70
From Papua 70 , 71
Quotations for Islands Gold Shares. 71
N.G PUBLIC SERVICE 71
Advertising 71
ADVENTURES OF GIRL FLYER 72
Advertising 72
COCOA SLUMP Samoa and New Guinea Growers Affected 72
N.G. Administrator's Sons Married 72
WRITS AGAINST PAPUAN GOVERNMENT 73
PT. MORESBY AQUATIC CLUB REVIVED 73
INTERESTING SURVEY BY METHODIST MISSIONARIES 73
Advertising 73 , 74
Australian Short Wave Broadcast JULY 10 TO JULY 30 75 , 76
Advertising 75
BROADCAST OF COPRA PRICES. 76
ISLANDS PRODUCE 76
Advertising 76
Exchange Pates 76
Market Quotations 77
Advertising 77
Shipping Services in the Pacific 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82
Advertising 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 84

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